I graduated in 2010, at a time when the market for graduate jobs within Finance was proving to be much more difficult than expected. Seeing that Master's graduates who had focused on a particular profession were still looking for employment several months after completing their studies, the Banking and Finance program seemed to be the most sensible option. This generalist program enabled me to position myself effectively for my future career. Mergers and Acquisitions, Credit Analysis, Multi-asset Fund Manager, Trader, Management Control, Audit, Internal Audit... these are just some of the many careers my fellow graduates moved into, who were all from the same training program. The teaching delivered within the different modules was invaluable to me, particularly as I decided to apply to graduate programs abroad. This led me, almost 6 years ago now, to joining the Debt Capital Markets (or DCM) department at J.P. Morgan in London. I had the opportunity to spend 2 years in the New York office, still within DCM, and I am currently based in London once again, within the Syndicated Finance team. The training I received during the Banking and Finance program meant that I could maintain a certain level of flexibility, as well as pursuing an interest in several different career paths within Finance, which has definitely been a valuable asset, not only in securing my first role, but also throughout the early stages of my career. I cannot recommend this program enough to any student seeking a training program that is renowned within the job market, that has a strong alumni network, and that above all gives you flexibility along with high-quality, multidisciplinary teaching delivered by professionals in the field.